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AlexPeret

http request in a HC3 scene

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Hello,

I'm trying to "convert" this LUA script in a scene, but my trouble cames from the fact that I don't know how to send an http request in a scene.

Here is the script I use in a device (and it works find):

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The goal, is to send a time stamped notification in a remote web server when a scene is launch, but maybe I'm on a wrong way ?

 

Thanks for your help.

Alex.

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  • Thanks for you answer @SmartHomeEddy

    In the solution you gave, you use a QuickApp that trigger the request and in the scene you call the Quickapp. That's can do the job, but is there a shorten solution to send the request directely in the scene ?

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    1 hour ago, AlexPeret said:

    but is there a shorten solution to send the request directely in the scene ?

     

    sure, e.g.

     

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    if you don't need any authorization, you might remove the base64 and headers = {.....} part

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  • Whaou ! thanks very much @tinman that's do the job !

     

    By the way is there a solution to include my own librarie ? I will used a lot of times the url_encode function and I don't want to copy-paste it everywhere, and I think it can more powerfull just to include a cutom librarie with this code (and some other functions for latter).

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